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. we start with several stories developing overnight. an emergency landing in portland, oregon. >> an alaska airlines flight was diverted after the pilot passed out in the cockpit. the plane was on its way to l.a. from seattle when the pilot lost consciousness. the plane landed safely. with 116 people on board. no word on what caused the pilot the pass out. >>> and passengers on a jetblue flight had camera phones roling when a blonde-haired woman was removed from the plane. the new york to san diego flight was diverted to denver and the woman was removed. the plane continued to southern california. >>> also overnight, the death toll is rising following an explosion in mexico city. at least 25 people killed and more than 100 hurt after a blast ripped through the head quarters of a state-run oil company. the blast occurred in the basement of the building. investigators are not sure what caused it. >>> we're also tracking new developments in alabama, where the hostage standoff is entering its fourth day. the gunman and the 5-year-old boy he kidnapped remain in an underground bunke
down to portland, so again, need your umbrella more today than you have the last couple days. but by friday, high pressure builds over the region. we start to warm things up with the warm air heading northward to portland, 55, nice in portland and very mild with windy conditions in southern cal. a nice start to your weekend. >> olympia, i'm thinking of grunge immediately. i'm old. >>> what do you do with your spare time when you are a rich and famous actor? well, if you're will ferrell, you don a security guard's uniform and take shaquille o'neal out of a lakers game. we don't know why, but we are glad he did. >>> "american pie" star and "how i met your mother" star alyson hannigan has obtained a restrainer order against a man she claims tried to hill her family. according to the court filings the man was recently released from a mental hospital. >>> and we move from a current teen heartthrob to jonathan they lor thomas. since "home improvement" ended in 1999, j.t.t. has been keeping a low profile doing bits on television. and this gig marks his first time on tv since 2005. >
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and portland, maine. we have the upper level storm system we have to worry about which is the energy in the upper atmosphere that will bring some isolated snow shower is in ohio and western pennsylvania and upstate new york coming down south which is why we even have a threat for a little snow around baltimore. this shows that the storm is intensifying along the east coast and moving up east and stronger winds even in maryland. we have low pressure off the coast and high pressure building in from the southwest. in between that, we will have sea winds whipping around again. winds are already 10-50 miles per hour and these are the sustained winds. we are expecting these wins to increase today possibly gusting to 40 miles per hour. but temperatures are 28 at the airport and ocean city only 32 and downtown baltimore, 33 degrees. western maryland has temperatures in the teens. we have a couple of graphics to talk about how we have seen storm systems in the month of february. isolated snow showers are possible in the western mountains and as we get into baltimore, mainly an afternoon event
.7% to 10% before falling back to 7.9% today. in portland, oregon this week, more than 900 people applied for 160 new jobs at two new hardware stores. >> 80% of the people we saw were -- had been out of work for three months to up to two years. >> reporter: julie ober has been out of work for 16 months. >> my last job was front desk at a pain management company. and just -- i actually got sick. and couldn't be there any longer. >> reporter: nationwide, some 12 million americans are still out of work. >> 7.9% unemployment simply not good enough. with that, wages don't rise. older folks don't see enough stock market gains to retire. and there's not enough new jobs for young people leaving school. >> reporter: while the jobs picture has been slowly improving, it's been a different story on wall street. after bottoming out four years ago, the dow has since climbed 111%. cnbc's bob pisani has seen a mood shift on wall street. >> the economy is slowly improving. it's not fast enough for a lot of people, unemployment is too high. but some of the key economic indicators are definitely getting bet
, so you weather people in portland and eugene, all the way northward to seattle, will be talking about a little shower and rain activity for your morning commute. we'll also be dealing with a little snow at highest elevations. see snow picking up in olympics. as this front moves through we'll see temperatures falling on the coast. probably a little surge of wind, too, with it. not a lot behind it. just instability of showers after we get this moisture away from the coastal sections. the clouds all the way down through northern california but really no shower. just looking at cloudy skies. further down south in california we're dealing with another foggy morning. that onshore flow brought the marine layer in. we have dense fog advisories. not along the coast or san diego, just inland, some valley areas from bakersfield northward on i-5. be ceful driving with patchy fog until 9 a.m. this afternoon arizona, you're the one that will be dry and beautiful. >>> looks like it will be nice throughout the rest of the week. showers will continue for many areas of the west coast and eventually cal
much. >> heather: we are getting new information on historic snowfall totals. portland, maine, 23.9 inches breaking the record. take a look at this. amazing time lapse video, from connecticut showing the storms building in a hurry. first a few snowflakes and then the skies open up the snow rising fast and look at that. reducing visibility to about zero. that is zero. how did the blizzard measure up to the forecast and what can we expect later on. maria molina is live. we want to hear from you. >> good to see you. we do have many reports to tell you about and update out of maine. we report over 30 inches of snow has fallen in that area. in boston, one for the record books in the city of boston. as of the latest. to show you how strong the winds were across many cities in parts of new england and also into areas further off to the south, take a look at some of these gusts that were reported from the storm system. in the 80s. 81 mile-an-hour winds in portland, connecticut and massachusetts, 83 mile-per-hour winds. so we're talking hurricane-force winds out here in portions of new eng
you we're going see slight improvement this weekend in areas like portland but we're still going to be a little bit cool with clouds only in the 50s. l.a. in the 80s. >>> portland a beautiful town. >> thanks bill. students across the country will get a healthy dose of abraham lincoln courtesy of steven spielberg. the director announced he's sending free copies of "lincoln" to every middle school and high school as part of an outreach program. he wants to urge children to follow the 16th president's example. >>> on tuesday, a whole lot of celebs announced they're pregnant. alec baldwin and his wife hilaria ended months of speculation. they confirmed their baby is due this summer. penelope cruz and javier announced they're expecting their second child. and meadow from "the sopranos" announced she's having her second baby. what's in the water, right? >> nbc is working to confirm the daily mail's report that steve martin and his wife had a baby back in december. martin who is 67 now may one day be the actual father of the bride. >>> queen elizabeth ii topped the list of the world's m
for treatment, and then they were air lifted to the children's hospital in portland. wsp says the two-year-old injuries were serious. >> we could tell the two-year- old was sick. she was one that needed to be out of there right away. >> family was on the way to portland to pick up jessica's husband, who was a fisherman. he pleaded for help on facebook to find his missing family, only to have his fears confirmed. >> it looked like straight line. didn't look like she may have we shalled swerved or anything like that. >> she fell asleep, some eight hours before her daughters were discovered. >>> that was ben singer reporting. four-year-old ariana was treated and released from the hospital last night. her little sister is still recovering. >>> we have great video to show you from nasa. it shows a huge eruption on the sun. this is a compilation of three solar flair events that took place in a short amount of time. each second of video is 6 minutes in real time. the flair shot up, sending electromagnetic energy into space. it was then followed by what scientists call a coronal rain, whi
right down to portland, oregon and salem oregon as well. medford will see light rain. as far as rainfall is concerned an inch or two along the coast but the mountains could end up with another 12 or more inches of rainfall especially northwestern washington and idaho looks like we'll see six to 12 inches in the higher elevations as well. about 48 ded fallon, nevada, 53 for a high. so course the big story is another second blizzard in parts of the plains and the midwest but the northwest is getting their fair share of wintry weather too. >> ski season isn't over yet. >> not yet. >> how much are you spending on your home in today's business outlook plus controversy over why pope benedict xvi is stepping down and why afghanistan's order to remove special forces surprised washington. "early today" is back in two minutes. here are some stories we're watching. gas prices continue to soar. it jumped 20 cents in the past two weeks. that's a nearly 54-cent jump in just the last nine weeks. prices will not don't rise at this pace and a bloomberg survey suggests oil prices will drop through march 1
's explosion of violence, jeremy goulet criminal record traced back to portland, where a vicious confrontation cost him a piece of his ear. dave jackson continues our team coverage. >> reporter: jeremy goulet in a portland, oregon, courtroom in 2007, charged with invasion of privacy for photographing a young woman naked in a shower. >> it felt horrible. for a while, i couldn't go to the bathroom by myself. >> reporter: she screamed and her boyfriend fought with goulet, who twice fired an illegal handgun during the brawl and got the top of his left ear bitten off. it all ended in a two-year prison term, followed bid goulet heading south to berkeley, to this apartment house, where neighbors say he was both quiet and sly, unsettling enough that one couple considered moving away and tonight they want the whole criminal episode to go away. the former marine worked at this coffee shop. female employees say he was disturbing, even threatening, during his year behind the counter. one man said he knew goulet well and tried to calm his attitude towar
it was a back-breaking saturday digging out. 11 million woke up to over 2 feet. in portland, maine, it was the biggest snowfall, ever, at least 32 inches. one 11-year-old boy died of carbon monoxide poisoning. it was crippling. leaving cars in tuned. wind gust s peaked above 70 mils per hour. crews from canada rushed in to help. standing in boston, the street is very busy with people checking out the storm. as worcester was buried a miracle at 3:00 a.m. at the peak of the storm the national guard helped deliver this baby. there's a street behind me. we have seen cars going back and forth a rare sight in the last 4 hours because there was their mandatory ban with all of those fines, up to a jeer in jail, now that's over, people can drive again. the roads are more passable. >> thank you for you for leading us off. >>> we have learned this evening of countless stories. drivers trapped in their cars. abc's john schimriffen on long island tonight with drivers stranded. >> reporter: dozens of cars cemented in snow. here on long island, some areas were pummelled with more than 3 feet of s
of winter weather. portland getting between 6 and 10 inches of snow. snow there is on the wet and heavy side, and there's some worry that could cause power outages. so winter is not done with us. >> oh, no. it is still february. and it has no intentions of letting go. >> we haven't seen anything like that. >> we've had 1.5 inches of snow for our entire winter here in march. >> could we get a march storm? >> march 1993 was a good one. but when you see march, you know that you're really pushing it if you expect to see a lot of snow around here. we'll have a chance of getting a little winter weather coming up on tuesday. so stay tuned, everybody. may not be completely done with us just yet. though i don't think it's going to be a big issue around town. we'll talk about that in a second. but for now, what a nice but cold and breezy february night it is here in washington. nearly full moon overhead. temperature back down to a chilly 36 degrees already. but what's been problematic for most of the late afternoon and evening hours has been the northwesterly wind. it's coming down just a bit, but it'
of slapping a >>> good morning. i'm tony tull at the live desk tracking breaking news out of portland, oregon. last night at 12:30 our time, police were called to a hospital for a man with a gun. we're told the hospital was placed on lockdown. police were able to contain the gunman inside. they say that a shot rang out, the gunman is dead. but, again, that hospital in portland, oregon is still on lockdown as police there investigate what happened. as of right now, there are no other injuries. we'll continue to track the story. back to you. >>> it marks ten years since 100 people died in a rhode island nightclub fire. yesterday loved ones gathered for a memorial. the station nightclub burned to the ground in february 2003 when pyrotechnics during a show by great white caught material on fire. work for the memorial begins in the spring. >>> it morning, people in a small texas town are mourning the deaths of two firefighters. they are from bryan, texas. about 50 miles outside houston. they died friday night trying to put out flames inside a knights of columbus lodge when the roof suddenly collap
"american winter." it follows the lives of families in portland, oregon. >> in the middle class in this country, we have an one-strike and you're out economy. the system that was once in place to cushion those crises have been frayed. the most endangered species in america is the middle class family. >> michael: the president without it to issue in his state of the union speech when he asked to raise minimum wage. the filmmaker of this a amazing film, joe gantz welcome inside "the war room." >> thank you michael. >> michael: what made you make this film? what did you see that said, i have to record this now? >> well, a lot of attention was given in books and films to what happened to wall street, what happened to the financial institutions, but we felt that which wanted to look at what was happening to families across the country. this is the greatest down turn in 80 years and so many people lost their houses, lost their jobs, and we wanted to show how this was affecting american families across the country. >> michael: you say this all takes place in portland, but what struck m
snow in the cascades and northern rockies. showers from seattle to portland. >> 40s from boise to albuquerque. 40s also from omaha to chicago and new york. 54 in atlanta. 84 in miami. >>> and coming up, another giant asteroid headed right towards earth. >>> also, the latest from cruise passengers in the middle of a vacation nightmare. new fears, right now, about a virus onboard. >>> and brewing up starbucks coffee, along with a little sea salt? we'll have more. @ññcús1@ú? >>> and welcome back. a new study finds many of us are barely making it. more than four out of ten americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck. and almost one in ten don't even make it that far. they can't pay for everything they need. allstate insurance says it's not just the soft economy and labor market. but also poor money management skills, even when people know better. >>> well, u.s. airlines are doing better at delivering you and your luggage. 82% of flights arrived within 15 minutes of the schedule last year. one of the best rates in the past 25 years. and a lower percentage of bags lost than at any
. >> reporter: when the plane landed here in portland overnight, it was met by emergency crews and lots of questions. how could the pilot suddenly pass out with 116 passengers on board depending on him in the middle of a flight? >> there's the -- >> reporter: if it sounds matter of fact, the scene in the cockpit was anything but. as an alaska airlines pilot l e loses consciousness mid-flight. >> 121 souls on board and approximately 10,000 pounds of fuel. >> reporter: the flight took off from los angeles at 6:30 p.m. and was due to land in seattle at 9:30. portland international said they received a report around 8:50 that an alaska airlines flight was inbound to portland because one of the pilots was unconsciousness or passed out. a passenger onboard said the pilot opened the cabin door and collapsed into the aisle. according to alaska airlines, the copilot took control of the plane, while a doctor on board attended to the captain. >> it is very rare that we have a pilot actually pass out, lose consciousness or have a physical impairment in the cockpit. when it does happen, that's the
that it a potential to be a big one. records fem as fast as the snow. portland maine set a high mark . thousands of homes electricity in the height of the storm and stranded vehiclings were a common sight in portland. we showed you the flooding and warnings in the massachusetts coastline . now we are learning that fluxeating temperatures and going to rise in the daytime and bringings a new set of problems for people. maria molina is here with the back and forth. >> hiharris. we see a dramatic warm up. we'll be talking about rapid snow melt. it is exceeding 30 inchs and one spot in connecticut picked up 40 inches of snow and incredible in longhorns and parts of massachusetts picking up over 30 inches. 30.4 inches in new boston and portland maine . a lot of snow on the ground and going to stay there and going to be monday, rapid snowfall affected . the wind was howling and exceeding 35 miles per hour . you we saw winds hurricane-force . luckily it is it exiting the region. we have lingering snow showers and the worst is overwith in terms of additional snowfall in portions of maine and massachusett
in portland, maine. when you set snowfall records in the great state of maine, that's a lot of snow. for us, nothing to worry about. just a lot of wind today. hold on to your hats and young kids today. the wind will fade away tonight. mostly clear sky will allow for a cold start tomorrow morning but without so much of a wind problem. then tomorrow we'll start out with sunshine but clouds coming back in quickly. by the early morning hours of monday morning, most of this is going to be rain, but interstate 81, shenandoah valley, northern ya maryland, we may have to watch out for the possibility of wintry weather. for today, wind is your main concern. winds 25 to 35 here for the rest of the this morning. through this afternoon, winds still in the 20 to 30-mile-per-hour range. with temperatures in the mid to upper 30s, it's going to be a chilly one indeed. for this evening, winds back down into the 10 to 20-mile-per-hour range. that won't be too bad at all. here's your all-important seven-day forecast. 39 and tons of wind outside today. tomorrow, sun to start, clouds to finish. rain chances for
in maine are still dealing with brunt of the storm from portland to southern new hampshire and boston, very cold and very windy. typically a satellite picture of the clouds that i show you during hurricanes, this one i used because it looked so impressive. and now up in the gulf of maine and dragging off to the east as we go throughout the day today. underneath the clouds this is what radar looks like. blue and white shows you where the snow is. the blue bands where the heaviest snow was and overnight, that set right over the top of areas of central connecticut, where we have widespread two-foot reports. 34 inches reported in hamden, connecticut. and areas of new hampshire and maine that band sat there overnight and probably see two to three feet easy in those areas. at midnight, the last observation from logan, portland, 10 to 15 inches. a report near 24 from downtown hartford. buffalo, 7. and we're waiting for updated snow totals in areas of eastern mass, where we should see 24 to 30 inches of snow. this lived up to the forecast and the hype with the power outages, a long day of cleanup a
the need similar to you. bart has done it. portland tri met continues to do it to this date. los angeles county mta. there's a list. new jersey, chicago, you're not alone in the transportation space accelerating federal dollars. summary comparison on page 8 gives you a sense across the three issuances of expected costs, and that's the first line that comes across. the revenue bonds, your 2013 revenue bonds will have an expected cost of somewhere between 4 and 4-1/2%, which is excellent historically speaking. you'll look back over the last 30 years, we have rarely been at rates lower than we are today. you're going to act a the market at a very low rate. that said, of the three it's the highest cost simply because it's the longest maturity. here you're going out 30 years for that [speaker not understood]. commercial paper he is within one year. and once we factor in all the costs of the commercial paper program, the costs will be somewhere approximately today about 1-1/2%. okay. stand alone, your grant anticipation notes as noted some where in that 2-1/2, 3-1/2% range depending on the mar
he wanted to bomb the courthouse in portland and the fbi provided him everything he would need, the bond he needed. he even paid his rent because he was about to be effected and now she's in court arguing and what we know is he is that the 11th arguing since 9/11 and if he succeeds she will be the first winning is low in part because when you argue entrapment the government has to prove that you're predisposed to commit the crime and the government is effective at doing since 9/11 is putting the government experts on the stand who say well he wants to see videos he is to commit a crime and the bar for the predisposition has been lowered in these cases that he watched the jihad of videos and that is ridiculous. you've probably seen a video and we are not going to commit acts of. >> that ultimately becomes evidence and that's why winning on entrapment is so difficult. it's not really if you look at the data in a possible when it comes to terrorism because after 9/11. >> i would like to encourage all of you to get your questioning hats on because we have an opportunity to ask ques
from the kind grind on saturday. goulet was arrested in 2007 in portland oregon for attempted murder. here is video from where it happened. he was accused of peeping on a 22-year-old woman as she showered. prosecutors accused goulet of removing a screen and using a stick to part the bathroom blinds to get a better view. reports state, goulet admitted on the stand that he liked to videotape unsuspecting women on his cellphone in his free-time but. he was found guilty of invasion of privacy and unlawful possession of firearm. a jury acquitted him of trying to kill the woman's boyfriend when his gun went off during a struggle. he was detained in 2008 for violating the terms of his release and he served 1 year jail sentence. goulet has also been arrested in other cities in california for peeping, prowling and being drunk in public. long time coffee house customers. knew goulet. and tell me he gave off a strange vibe. bill o fremontplymouhe was strad not offer any information about himself. >> reporter: his father said that he was a ticking time bomb. justin waldman, kron 4. >> pam: new.
james scored more than 30 points and shot better than 60% in 6 straight games. they won over portland tonight. the accuracy makes this a remarkable accomplishment. after scoring 30 or more points in consecutive games, lebron james has a way to go to set that mark. wilt chamberlain did it for 65 consecutive games. >> 30 points and shot 60% or better. >> most of those shots were -- >> that is freakishly amazing. >> stay with us. >> rain starts tomorrow afternoon. snow tomorrow night. gone by thursday morning. flurries and snow showers again over the weekend. a couple of inches tomorrow night. i think it will be gone by thursday morning. >> kind of an overnight snow. >> yeah. >> we will let you know how. the how >> thank you for joining us and. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> announcer: it's "the tonight show with jay leno," featuring rickey minor and "the tonight show" band. tonight, jay welcomes -- charles barkley, bob fisher, the world's fastest
an emergency landing portland, oregon after the pilot lost consciousness. to hospital. expected to be ok. nobody on board was hurt. and prosecutors will say they charges anyone -- against anyone on the radio prank. they called the london hospital where a pregnant person was being treated. there are over 200 varieties of gourmet coffee that have earned the "keurig brewed" seal of approval. the keurig brewed seal is our commitment that the coffee inside will deliver a delicious cup of coffee every time. keurig brewed -- look for the only mark of genuine keurig quality. >> breezy and coal into the weekend. not a lot of snow. it will be called into next week. >> thank you so much for joining us. we will see you back
inside. this is a 19 car pileup friday portland, maine. there are no serious injuries, but it drives some of the people to stay off the roads. the nor'easter moving into the could affect millions. boston, is now emergency has been put into place. the mayor had this message for residents. is a storm of major proportions. stay home.e roads, let the public works crews do their job. has declared a state of emergency. official said a plethora of snow clearing units will hit the but one that does not mean people should take unnecessary risks. at airports, thousands of been cancelled. >> most of the flights have been cancelled. maybe i will drive. >> when a blizzard does move through, officials are warning ofidents to be wary flooding. toks are already starting blizzard to the blizzard of 1978. boston, and they sell 27.1 -- they saw 27 plan 1 inches of snow. -- 27.1 inches of snow. >> thank you very much. storyalso following the on abc 7 news at 11:00. >> the body of a two-year-old girl allegedly killed by her recovered andn anne arundel county. annapolis police said officers remains at a waste
through boston and along the east coast, toward portland, maine, tough conditions for friday and early saturday. tonight 26, mostly clear and cold. 40 with clouds on the increase. tomorrow night down to 34. late showers, rain with sleet to the north and west potentially at onset. mostly a rain event for the state. take a look for the next seven days. windy with rain friday. this thing could end with some snow showers, flurries late friday night early into saturday and then the weekend clears out. a windy day saturday but clearing out and looks like we'll be close to 50 on monday, so a little bit of everything, a fairly cold pattern. big travel headaches to the north. if you have a flight out of bwi on friday, it's possible the grid if it backs up out of boston low dwan, that could have an impact. >>> weeks ago we told you about russia's ban on adoptions to the u.s. but tonight there's a happy ending for at least one family. dozens of other couples may never see their children again. we have one store -- family's story from moscow. >> reporter: it's a reunion that almost didn't happen.
. they ordered a state-wide driving ban, facing one year in jail and $500 in fines. in portland, maine a pile up an early warning of what is to come. >> it will not be a hurricane sadie, but that does not mean you cannot be badly hurt or killed -- it will not be a hurricane sandy. >> aangry, stranded passengers -- angry, strand did passengers. >> now, i think i am going to laguardia. >> take the opportunity to stay home with family and friends. >> as we saw air travel is a big headache. nearly 5000 flights have been canceled. there is a record of 28 inches said. the worst of it overnight into saturday morning. richard reeve come abc 7 news. -- richard reeve, abc 7 news. >> chris, we have not talked to you in five or six hours. give us an idea of how things have deteriorated. >> it seems since we talked last it has got colder, and the gusts have guns drawn repeated when we talked last, it was -- the gusts have gotten stronger. when we talked last, it was we t. also since the last time we spoke, there have been several reports of widespread power outages throughout all of new england. more than 1
? >> charlotte ray. >> trail blazers. >> no, that's portland. >> who plays for charlotte? >> bobcats. >> what an idiot. >> how embarrassing. >> well, we wish you good luck in court and go trail blazers. >> hi ms. fonda. how was dinner? >> we got jane fonda. we ask her if an asteroid was coming by and the earth was faced with impending doom how would you spend your last day? >> with my lover, my ex-husband and my grandchildren. >> ted turner is behind her. >> how did you guys become friends again? >> we never stopped being friends. >> that's awesome. >> they made it work somehow. >> then we get ted. we say "tmz" is getting big. do you think it will be as big as cnn? >> what? >> "tmz" will be as big as cnn? >> tmg? >> the answer is no. >> never? >> no. >> i love them. >> thank you. >> coming up -- we got michelle rodriguez, she drives a prius. >> they are more reckless. >> no. >> don't you notice the prius drivers are [beep]. >> they can't drive fast enough to be reckless. >> closed captioning and other considerations for "tmz" are provided by --- >> we got michelle rodriguez. we talked about h
. >> yes. i wasn't too big on tucking my shirt in, though. >> reporter: maybe the shirt isn't so portland, but the idea is. what's wrong with the regular boy scouts? >> i just think because they're kind of restrictive. there's a lot of things you can't do there. >> reporter: but here you can. boys and girl go camping and take outdoor trips together. nobody cares whether you're gay or not religious, and at least a few dozen families like that approach. his dad, travis, helped come up with the plan to put a progressive portland spin on a very old institution. >> we wanted to create something that was a little bit more along our family philosophy, our kind of a portlandy version of what scouting would be. >> reporter: boy scouts in portland. everything takes a little different spin when you try to portlandize it. he's just got to talk to his son about the whole shirt thing. >> he's taking a good stance there. i want to do my open thing and so branch out into your own organization. more power to him. >> and cute outfits. >> that is the news for this half hour. don't miss our updates on facebo
at this time yesterday. 16 in burlington. 25 in portland. only 7 in indianapolis. the cold air pushes over the warmer lakes, we'll see big-time lake-effect snow. rob and sunny, back to you. >> so nice just a few days ago. now back to the cold stuff. >>> up next after the break, a major medicine recall. we'll have the latest details. >>> and a new warning about energy drinks as they gain in popularity among teens. >>> and later in "the pulse" sunny's favorite story of the morning. beyonce explains what really happened at the inauguration. >>> welcome back, everybody. we're getting more insight today into the unemployment situation before this morning's january jobs report, payroll company adp said private employers added 192,000 jobs last month. analysts expect this report to show unemployment at 7.3% for the third straight month. >>> older workers are not making way for younger ones. almost two-thirds of americans between 45 and 60 plan to delay retirement. it's a steep increase from just two years ago. the reasons, financial losses, layoffs, and income stagnation. >>> you may have a tough
along the east coast from new york to portland, maine. we have two storm systems working in tangent that will bring us our blockbuster possibly historic nor' easter. this is 3:00 a.m. earlier on today. mainly a rain event. as we get to 10:00 a.m. a freezing rain or wintery mix. northwest a snow ef present. hartford boston portland snow for you snow for you for most of the duration of the storm. this is a very powerful storm we could see wind gusts 30-40, 50 miles per hour. new york city up toward the border of canada. we will continue to monitor it bring you the latest on the fox news extreme weather center. heather? >> let's head over to you now. lots of folks should be hibernating inside. perfect time for this segment. does your man have bad habits to drive you absolutely nuts. we have has been advice for the pet peeves and start bringing in the romance. young married chic.com is here. >> i think the best valentine's day gift to give my house is stop nagging. this is the gift that gives back. >> one person has to wake up earlier than the other person this is a way to maybe cause l
well, but we're not at the top of the list. we have place like portland that have higher bike ridership number than our own. we have places like chicago that are literally building dozens of bikeways per year. these are physically separated bikeways. i want to make that note. we really have evolved the thinking. >> when you say physically, do you mean with a raised road like they do, say, in amsterdam and copenhagen? >> that's right. it could be an actual physical separation or may be places like you may know market street wihee a section of the street, the bikeway has been painted green. there are white posts in between. these are really cheap and inexpensive and quick ways to make separation between the motor vehicle traffic and bicycle traffic. this is what we're seeing cities across the country do, new york city, portland, washington, d.c., is a great example. >> i was in d.c., and mexico city, both have bike sharing now. is that in the pipeline for san francisco? what's taking so long? >> i'm happy to report it's coming. san francisco and the south bay actually down to san jose wil
the situation doesn't look very good for those going to new york, portland, maine, canceled. a total of 83 arrivals and departures canceled today out of dca. the majority of those flights, i can tell you, it is because of weather situations here. now, as far as the airports go and those areas that are really hard hit, we do know that many of the airlines say they'd like to resume those flights starting today. we also know that in really, really bad areas like your bostons, we're not going to see any kind of activity until maybe about sunday. now, here at reagan national, we got a chance to speak to some people who know firsthand. some of these people have spent the night here because they are stuck. we met one man who is trying to get to a wedding. we met another man who is trying to get to his sick mother. however, they can't get there because guess what? their flights are canceled. take a listen. >> so my friend's wedding is today. and i found out yesterday morning that all my flights got canceled. >> well, i'm sitting here debating, charging up my computer and cell phone and stuff i'll
woke up to a foot of snow. 11 million woke up to over 2 feet. in portland, maine, it was the biggest snowfall, ever, at least 32 inches. tonight, at least four deaths are being blamed on the storm. one 11-year-old boy died of carbon monoxide poisoning. after keeping warm in the family car. his dad was digging the car out. the car's exhaust pipes had become packed with snow. it was crippling. leaving cars in tuned. wind gusts peaked above 70 miles an hour. still, tonight, almost 600,000 without power. crews from as far as canada rushed in to help. standing in the north end of boston, you can see, instead of cars, the street is very busy with people checking out the storm. as worcester was buried a miracle at 3:00 a.m., at the peak of the storm, the national guard helped deliver this baby. a nice story at the end there. there's a street behind me. now, that ban that was in place for 24 hours, has been lifted. people can drive and drive safely here in boston. david? >> all right, ginger zee. ginger zee leading us off tonight. >>> we also learned today of countless stories. drivers trapp
. >> reporter: from coast to coast, portland to portland, gas prices have risen every day for the last month. >> the rising gasoline prices is extraordinary for this time of year. we usually see this happen as we go into the summer driving season. >> reporter: what's going on? analysts say the reasons are many. china is demanding more oil every day to power its growing economy. just as opec cut some of its output. and international sanctions are reducing the amount of iranian oil on the world market. at home, refineries are shutting down from maintenance as they prepare to switch to a summer blend. then market speculation and a weaker dollar play a role. in san diego -- >> hey, i'm a waitress. come on. i'm not making 200 grand a year. >> reporter: the price at the pump can quickly add to the cost of the daily commute. a 40-mile round-trip, 22 days a month, averaging 22 mpg at $3.50 a gallon costs $140 a month. at today's average of $3.73 a gallon, $149 a month. at $4.25 a gallon, $170. and at $4.50 a gallon, $180 a month. >> we have to work, so we keep coming to work every day. but you have
could be a little snowy. also, rainy around seattle and portland. >> if you're flying anywhere, expect airport delays in these cities. phoenix, denver and dallas. >>> and a few fascinating stories right now. both involving fire. first, from portland, oregon, where a young girl is recovering from severe burns. >> the parents of 11-year-old ireland lane believe she was burned when an alcohol-based hand sanitizer was ignited by a spark of static electricity. they say the spark was generated by their daughter playing with her bedsheets in her hospital room. little ireland suffered third-degree burns over 18% of her little body. and her second skin graft is tomorrow. >> we all use that stuff these days. that's a lesson learned from that story. that's so scary. >>> and from oklahoma, police are investigating the burning death of a 65-year-old man. the sheriff says it may be a case of human combustion. but he says it was not spontaneous. danny vanzandt died in his kitchen. he was known to drink and smoke pretty heavily. and that has police saying there must have been an ignition source for th
offender shocked her, he'd been convicted of being a peeping tom in portland, oregon. >> seeing his mug shot knowing he was being arrested for peeping in on=4/q women and i e large windows. knowing he was upstairs the whole time freaked me out. >> the pentagon revealed served in the marine reserve and flew helicopters as an army warrant officer. >> more now on the officers who died in the line of duty. the first in the history of the santa cruz police department. sargeant loweren butch baker was nearing retirement. he leaves behind a wife two, daughters and a son who is a community service officer with the department right now. sargeant baker helped train the current police chief. >> he was a remarkable investigator, had an appetite to find the truth and i would go as far as to say he was the most-skilled investigator with my police department. we're going to miss him. >> detective butler had been with the police department 10 years. the chief says she found her niche in the investigation of sexual assault cases. >> i would consider elizabeth to be a friend. she leaves behind her partn
director. laika is a production company in portland. i work in the house division, which does television commercials. we do cg commercials, which is computer animation, as well as stop-motion animation and hand-drawn cel animation as well. my particular role is to really bring other people's ideas to life. and so, you know, a director will come to me and explain their vision for what's going to happen, and then my job is to really realize that and make it exactly how he wants it to be. being as we use computers to generate all of our computer graphic elements, all of these engines are driven by math. one of the simplest examples of how we use fractals is called fractal noise. fractal noise is just kind of an organic pattern that we can introduce to an element to make it seem more natural. you know, things like this might be like mountains. if you look at a mountain range, you can see like big mountains, but then when you look closer, there's smaller mountains. another thing that is like this are clouds. they all have very big details and very small details. fractals are perfect for descr
was arrested for peeping on a woman in portland, and then trying to kill the woman's boyfriend after he confronted goulet. dropped, and goulet was convicted of carrying a gun without a concealed weapon permit. and invasion of personal privacy. goulet got probation, but was sentenced to two years in jail, after a dispute with his probation officer. coming up at 8-30. you'll hear from the boyfriend of the woman goulet was spying on, who details the fight with goulet that nearly cost his life. the suspect lived in berkeley before moving to santa cruz. with goulet's former neighbor. who says she knew something about him. was not right. >> just a normal psychopath. >> reporter: alicia morrison is desribing jeremy gouletwho lived in the apartment upstairs from this brown shingled they both moved away a few months ago >> they were both creepybut jeremy was the creep. >> reporter: she says it was the way he looked at her and talked about women that made her seemed to be dating the same woman simulanously. >> we could hear them all together having intercourseit was distrubing she says she called
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